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Symfony 3.1 Enters Feature Freeze

Symfony project follows a time-based development process where two new minor versions are released each year. The next minor version is 3.1 which will be released at the end of May.

According to the release process, the "stabilization phase", where we fix bugs and prepare the release, lasts for two months. This means that 3.1 has entered "feature freeze" and we won't add any other new feature to it.

Testing Symfony 3.1 before it's released

As of today, Symfony 3.1 doesn't have its own dedicated branch in the repository (we'll do that when we get closer to the launch date). Therefore, if you have any application running on Symfony 3.0, you can test the 3.1 version just by switching your Symfony dependency to dev-master on your composer.json file.

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What's next?

  • Stay tuned for the New in Symfony 3.1 blog series which we'll start publishing soon to explain the new features introduced in Symfony 3.1.
  • Check out the detailed Symfony 3.1 roadmap.
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